Customize your Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Dock

Nov 5, 2007 - 4 Comments

People seem to either love or hate the dock in Mac OS X Leopard. Maybe it’s the appearance, the reflection, or something else.

If you’re not a fan of the default ‘swoosh’ reflective Dock, there are many options available, and a site has popped up catering to nothing but Leopard Docks.

Yes indeed, customized Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard docks, so you can change the appearance to suit your preferences a bit.

Aptly named is dedicated to nothing but customizing your Leopard dock, with everything from shiny wood surfaces to grass.

Check out for more

You’ll need to make a few modifications to install the custom Docks, but it shouldn’t be a huge hurdle to anyone who has an urge to tinker with their Mac system.


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Customize, Mac OS


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  1. Zab says:

    Does anyone know a way to get a flyout menu for mac like objectdock does for the macsimulation on windows.
    i think i looks incredible and is very useful.
    check it out:

  2. Derek says:

    Ben – Just copy the backup files of the original dock back into the Dock folder on Macintosh HD…then in the terminal type (like they say to) killall Dock and you should be alright..

  3. Ben says:

    I tried to follow the steps to change my dock and now it is gone completely! How can I get it back i saved the original files but they somehow got deleted as well! I just want back to the same old original Leopard dock!!!! Please Help! My spaces and expose will not work either!

  4. Joan Jett says:

    there’s some really ugly docks on that site, I mean seriously who uses some of that stuff. and what’s wrong with the leopard dock anwyay??

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